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The Fashion and Merchandising departments would like to congratulate Leah on her pregnancy!...Learn More

                                 

Welcome back to the 2017 fall semester with the Fashion Design and Merchandising Department!! ...Learn More

                             

By: Samantha Lengquist

                  As many current SU students know, it is “sadly” Sally DiMarco’s last semester with us as she is retiring in June. For those of you who don’t know, Sally Dimarco is the head of the Fashion Design Program at Stevenson. Sally grew up in Italy, and her family had a fashion design school, and almost all of her family was in the fashion business. The Dimarco family decided to move to Baltimore as it was a significant area for designing and manufacturing men’s apparel at the time.

                 Sally’s fashion design interest began in high school, although at first she considered going to medical school since she had a passion for science. She decided on fashion and graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art with a degree in Fashion Design and Fine Arts.  She worked...Learn More

Congratulations to our outstanding, high-achieving, fashion design and merchandising students, and Professor Simpson (pictured on the left) who were inducted yesterday in the prestigious KON Honor Society at Stevenson University. Pictured in the center with the students and Professor Simpson is Dr. Lentz-Schiller, who coordinates the KON Honor Society on campus.  We are so proud of your accomplishment!

Inductee Professor Leslie Simpson (center) and student Benish D. Masih (left), and our other fashion design student, Latonya Dickens (right). A truly outstanding trio!

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